Geophysical services

Finding the best solution for your geological environment

Abitibi Geophysics has a full range of geophysical services to offer the best solution for any type of mineralization. Surveys are conducted by trained field crews. Quality control and analysis is undertaken by an team of skilled geophysicists with worldwide experience. We believe best-quality results are obtained by utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, applying rigorous quality control, and using robust inversion software to deliver thorough interpretations. The effectiveness of our solutions comes from applying innovation, quality, efficiency, and safety on all projects.

Ground, Borehole & Drone Geophysics - EM, TDEM, IP, MT, Potential Fields, GPR & Radio Imaging Tomography - in 2D & 3D.

Electromagnetics
Other Geophysical Services
Near Surface Geophysics

Near surface geophysics is crucial for characterizing the subsurface in a non-invasive, cost-effective, and accurate manner. It plays an essential role in the decision-making process for geotechnical engineers, minimizing environmental impact.

Physical Rock Property Testing

Understanding your target and surrounding physical properties is as crucial as geochemistry for your exploration strategy. It is not only cost-effective, but it is guaranteed to save you time.

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

This non-destructive and rapid geophysical method can provide information about soil and rock types, the presence of fractures or voids, and other features of interest.

Magnetotellurics (CSAMT)

Abitibi Geophysics is now offering Controlled Source Audio Magnetotellurics (CSAMT) Surveys in partnership with Zonge International. It is often used for reconnaissance of larger geographic areas to determine depth to bedrock and to locate faults and resistive anomalies for further, selective investigation.

Gravimetry

Gravimetry survey provides diagnostic information on variations in soil density and allows the presence of a deficit or an excess of mass to be identified with respect to the regional gradient.

Magnetics

Ground, borehole, and Drone surveys are used for the direct detection of iron-rich minerals or for regional mapping of units possessing variants in their magnetic susceptibility.

Radio Imaging Tomography (FARA System)

The FARA System uses radio imaging technology to study, in detail, the space between the boreholes, in terms of resistivity values.

Magnetotellurics (MT and AMT)

Abitibi Geophysics is now offering Magnetotellurics (MT) and Audio-frequency MT (AMT) Surveys in partnership with Zonge International. This data is used to map geologic structures to great depths by combining measurements of the earth’s electric and magnetic field over a wide band of frequencies.

 
Integrated geophysical services

In addition to geophysical services, we also offer interpretation services using industry leading inversion and modeling software. We can also assist you with survey design, quality control, project management and field work execution.

  • Survey design.
  • Quality Control.
  • Project management.
  • Field work.
  • Ground and borehole data interpretation and drilling recommendations.
New techniques for mining explorations

The principles of geophysics have not changed. However, Abitibi Geophysics has developed new techniques to better utilize these principles in mining exploration. With substantial investments in R&D, we have developed innovative methodologies and more efficient instrumentation to increase the efficiency of the surveys. We offer solutions that better meet exploration challenges. Whether you need a conventional survey or your situation presents new challenges, our trained and experienced team will help you find the right technique for your project.



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